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AAA challenge

Time again to play in the AAA challenge and this time it is : make a shaker card. I wanted to make a special card anyhow for my sister's BIG birthday. I love the inspiration picture and a card was born!


I took the Papertrey numbers and die cut my card stock. Attached acetate behind and foam tape around the numbers. I first had some thicker foam tape, but all the sequins basically disappeared in a small clump when holding the card upright....so I disassembled it and took thinner foam tape - looks like a lot more sequins all of a sudden... 


I heat embossed the sentiment in silver (Neat&Tangled - Across the card), to match the inspiration photo and added silver string with a brad and beads. Since all the beads were just lumping up when the card was upright and didn't look like anything I attached tiny drops of glossy accents to make them stay where they are....


I am also playing with this card at Less is More - Anything Goes
and I am  linking this card with the Snippets Playground - use a snippet (the pink background behind the numbers is one)

Comments

Deepti said…
This is lovely, number shaker card, have to give it a try :)
Susanne Vargas said…
Very cool idea for a shaker card! Also love the embossed greeting and you thread and beads!
maria f. said…
Hey, we're neighbors at AAA! Love how you used the silver and don't ya just love beads added to a card. Especially when it doesn't have to go through the mail.
Anita in France said…
Wow, Cornelia ... what a delight ... yummy thread, beads and silver embossing ... and such a fun way of celebrating a landmark birthday! Anita :)
Tenia Nelson said…
What a super FUN card!! :)
Mmmmmm....this is pretty! And it takes the shock of being 50 down a notch. Really lovely details thru the whole card! You've such a nice sister. Cheers sweetie (AAA Cards)
Cathy said…
Fantastic card Cornelia, Cathy x
Jane said…
Super shaker card, sure your sister will love it. Thanks for playing at AAA Cards this week.
Aileen said…
Love this idea for a shaker card. Very very pretty and the bits of silver string adhered with a bit of the clear glue, very clever. Beautiful card
Bonnie said…
This is the most amazing birthday card, Cornelia! Just amazing!
Vicki Dutcher said…
TOTALLY FABULOUS AT 50 card!! Amazing! Thanks for joining in with AAA!
papierelle said…
Richtig schick, gefällt mir sehr gut!!
LG Gundi
Loll said…
This is fantastic Cornelia!! Your sister will LOVE this! Great idea to make the 50 a shaker ... pretty colored sequins with lots of sparkle. Love the silver threads with the beads. Loll xx
JD/ Jill said…
Very pretty. Like the addiction of the beads!
Di said…
Totally stunning Cornelia! I LOVE how you popped the sequins into the die cut 50 - super work!

Hugs

Di xx
Sid said…
What a fab 50th card ! Love your embellishments !!
Anne said…
What a super CAS shaker card Cornelia, so stylish!
Thanks so much for joining LIM this week
Anne
Less is More Designer
Lin said…
PERFECT for a 50th birthday, Cornelia, and so fun that you made it into a shaker card! Thanks for joining us at the Simon Says Stamp Wednesday challenge!
Wow! Really beautiful card and the shaker element is gorgeous.
Caroline xxx
Angela said…
I love this festive and fun Birthday Card, Cornelia! Thank you for joining us this week and we love seeing your work at AAA Cards!
Sarn said…
This is a stunning 50th birthday card. One to treasure. Love how stylish it is.

Congratulations on being showcased at the Snippets Playground this week.

Hugs, Sarn xxx
Chrissie said…
I'm sorry this comment is so late, but I was on holiday in Spain last week and wifi was a little limited and slow!
This is gorgeous!
Thanks so much
Chrissie
"Less is More"
Manuela said…
wunderschön gestaltete Karte, tolle Farben und Schüttelkarten sind immer ein Hingucker :-) Lg Manuela
MaryH said…
Just saw your Wowser of a card highlited at the Playground. What a fab 50 card with those shaker sequins inside it. Loved the way you did the cording bow too. Someone is going to be so happy to get this for a milestone birthday. Loved it! TFS & Hugs
Darnell said…
I'm apparently following in Mary's footprints coming here straight from the Playground, Cornelia! This is a terrific design for a shaker card!! Hugs, Darnell

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